SELECTED RESUMES: Larry Leung
Mr. Leung has over twenty five years of experience in the field of traffic engineering, specializing in the areas of trip assignment and trip distribution, traffic impact analysis and mitigation for major New York City projects. He is currently preparing the traffic assignment for Phase II of the Atlantic Yards development. He also recently prepared a traffic study for the EAS for the BASIS school in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Mr. Leung recently completed the traffic analysis for the EIS for the NYPD’s World Trade Center Security Plan. He also recently prepared the MPT plan for Shaft 33B on East 59th Street in Manhattan for NYCDDC, as well as the traffic analysis for the EIS for the Admirals Row Plaza development at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Mr. Leung also prepared a ridership analysis for NYCEDC for a proposed ferry service to/from Coney Island. The analysis utilized a logit model to test riders’ sensitivity to cost and travel time.
Mr. Leung served as the lead traffic engineer for the EIS traffic analysis for NYCDCP’s Greenpoint-Williamsburg Rezoning. He was also the traffic engineer for the Dutch Kills Rezoning and Jamaica Rezoning in Queens. He prepared the transportation planning assumptions for the North Tribeca Rezoning in Manhattan.
Mr. Leung prepared a traffic analysis for the recently opened Resorts World Video Lottery Terminal Casino at Aqueduct Raceway in Ozone Park, NY. He was also the traffic engineer for the MetroTech Security Improvements Plan in Downtown Brooklyn.
Mr. Leung has conducted transportation network analyses to evaluate construction closure of the Third Avenue Bridge and multiple construction scenarios for the replacement of the Willis Avenue Bridge, both for NYCDOT. He was also the lead traffic engineer for traffic improvements associated with the Downtown Brooklyn Master Plan Update.
Mr. Leung served as the lead traffic engineer for the Edgemere Urban Renewal Area EIS, and performed traffic impact analysis and mitigation development for the Riverside South project on Manhattan’s west side, as well as for the development of MetroTech in Downtown Brooklyn. He was also responsible for transportation analysis and traffic engineering for Hudson River Park, and was the lead traffic engineer for the traffic impact analysis and mitigation for the Chelsea Piers project in Manhattan.
Philip Habib & Associates:
Senior Traffic Engineer
1996 City College of New York M.S.C.E.
1992 New York Institute of Technology M.S.C.S.
1987 City College of New York B.S.E.E.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS:
1996 Certified Sybase Database Administrator